Lightroom CC 2015.4 and Lightroom 6.4 are now available on Adobe.com. The goal of this release is to provide additional camera raw support, lens profile support and address bugs that were introduced in previous releases of Lightroom. This release also includes a new Boundary Warp feature for Creative Cloud members.
NIKON Tethering is back!!!!!
Introducing Boundary Warp
Stitched panoramas often have non-rectangular boundaries. There are several ways to handle irregular boundaries. The most common approach is to apply a rectangular crop. This is straightforward, but important image details near the boundary may be lost due to cropping. Another approach is to use Content Aware Fill (in Photoshop) to fill in the transparent areas outside the boundary. This can be effective, but may require multiple attempts to obtain a satisfying (smooth, artifact-free) result. It can also be expensive and requires rendering out the panorama to an output-referred(non-raw) format. Boundary Warp is a feature that provides another approach to handling the irregular boundary of panoramas. The feature analyzes the boundary and warps the image so that its edges fit a rectangular frame.
Auto Sync of some settings failed when using smart previews
Lightroom would ignore model-specific custom default settings for some cameras, including some Leica and Sony models.
Crop resets to image bounds when adjusting rotation via slider
In Lights Out mode, an image would “disappear” if a customer uses the Undo functionality
SIGMA 50mm f1.4 ART lens was incorrectly identified as Zeiss Milvus 50mm f1.4
Soft Proofing RGB readout values differed for same file between 5.7.1 and 6.x
Import from iPhoto would result in all photos receiving a “pick” flag
Comments from Lightroom web come in to Lightroom on the desktop as already “read.”
Lightroom would not display the correct EXIF metadata for some video files generated by Canon, Fuji and Panasonic cameras
Vertical panoramas created using Merge could appear with the wrong orientation
The video cache did not respect the maximum size specified in the preferences
Customers experienced issues importing video files in some scenarios
Tethering Nikon cameras on Mac OS X 10.11(El Capitan) did not work properly